Guest Post by Michaela
This is a post that is a part of the Queer Mormon Women* series. Click HERE to see all the posts to date.
Michaela is a twenty year old girl with a passion for writing and film making.
This person is fantastic.
You spend time with them, you get to know them, and you start to realize that you genuinely like this person, maybe even love them.
You talk a little, flirt a little, maybe go on a few dates.
There’s only one problem.
You don’t like pizza.
When you tell them, they laugh a little and play it off as a joke. “No, it’s true. I really don’t like pizza.” You say. Their humor turns into confusion. They don’t understand. How can you not like pizza? Everyone likes pizza. “I don’t know. I just never have. There’s no appeal to it at all.”
Ah, but of course you just haven’t tried the right kind of pizza. Or you were denied it so much as a kid you’ve convinced yourself you don’t like it. You’ll learn to like it eventually.
“No. I really don’t like pizza. I don’t think I ever will.”Read More